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. . as you may know from this thread https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=554728 I recently returned from a trip through European cities . . Gotta say , about Rome : A trip through Rome means :

A lot of Antiquity , Middle Ages , Renaissance , church-stuff , even World War 2 history . .

So , yes , in a way , it is an 'eternal city'


"Rome . . sweet Rome"


. . one of the most important and most influential cities worldwide . . next to cities like London or New York . .
Despite Italy's current problems, Stewart Meadows is fortunate to live in a place with such rich history and has contributed so much to the Western world.
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Despite Italy's current problems, Stewart Meadows is fortunate to live in a place with such rich history and has contributed so much to the Western world.
. . what do you mean specifically by "Italy's current problems" ?

And yes , Rome , in a way , could be regarded as an "unofficial capital of Europe" , if Europe had ever had an official capital.

It was the first city to gain influence in all of Europe , then it became the seat of Western European christianity , later for the catholics . .

Many popes stemmed from there , many famous Renaissance-people , many famous people . .

Even the name for the medieval rulers of the occident , "Kaiser", is derived from the Latin word "Caesar" . . . Europe itself ows so much to Rome . .

"Caesar" , the last name of Gaius Julius , after him became the official title for the Roman rulers . . "Caesar Augustus" , "Caesar Constantine" etc.

So , yes , also Central- / Northern-Europe , where the germanics live , ows so much to Rome .
 
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It was the first city to gain influence in all of Europe ...
Um, you're forgetting the city states of ancient Greece and Crete which predated Rome ...the Macedonians and the empire that Alexander the Great gained for them ...?

The ancient Macedonians were a blond, blue eyed people who briefly ruled over a huge empire that stretched from Greece to India that was conquered for them by Alexander, the first Europeans that I know of to a accomplish such a thing and gave the world a taste of things to come when our folk would eventually rule over this planet and set the standard by which the rest of humanity lives ...
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. . concerning the racial debate about ancient Rome . .

It would be the most plausible that the ancient Romans would have been a mix between Grecoids and Etruscans.

Little history . . almost the whole Southern European mediterranean area in ancient times was settled by people of Grecoid stock . . even in today's Italian area.

The Italian peninsula experienced an invasion from peoples from Northern Europe though,a people known as Etrucans . .

In time those two groups must have conglomerated.

( such origins would also be checkable by examining the language )

So . . . the Romans had the philosopher-spirit of the Mediterranean peoples in them as well as , gotta say , the warlike-ness of a Northern-European tribe . .
 
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. . concerning the racial debate about ancient Rome . .

It would be the most plausible that the ancient Romans would have been a mix between Grecoids and Etruscans.

Little history . . almost the whole Southern European mediterranean area in ancient times was settled by people of Grecoid stock . . even in today's Italian area.

The Italian peninsula experienced an invasion from peoples from Northern Europe though,a people known as Etrucans . .

In time those two groups must have conglomerated.

( such origins would also be checkable by examining the language )

So . . . the Romans had the philosopher-spirit of the Mediterranean peoples in them as well as , gotta say , the warlike-ness of a Northern-European tribe . .
The Mediterranean whites weren't warlike ...pfffttt

The Latin tribes migrated from the area of Southern Germany in antiquity and eventually genocided the Etruscans (who were already settled in Italy) on their way down the Italian peninsula ...where did you learn your history dog?

The Etruscans didn't speak a IndoEuropean language ...they weren't related to the Latins, Germans and Celts who all came from the Danube Valley.

It's unknown where they came from, I think they might have been related to todays Basques or the people who inhabited the Med area before our ancestors moved in, or Semitic sea peoples ...?
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Um, you're forgetting the city states of ancient Greece and Crete which predated Rome ...the Macedonians and the empire that Alexander the Great gained for them ...?

The ancient Macedonians were a blond, blue eyed people who briefly ruled over a huge empire that stretched from Greece to India that was conquered for them by Alexander, the first Europeans that I know of to a accomplish such a thing and gave the world a taste of things to come when our folk would eventually rule over this planet and set the standard by which the rest of humanity lives ...
But those city-states didn't have influence in all of Europe , let alone that they ruled Europe . .

The empire of Alexander the great though was a big demonstration of European power . .

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The Mediterranean whites weren't warlike ...pfffttt
Well , I suppose they were . . how else would they have made an empire ?

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The Latin tribes migrated from the area of Southern Germany in antiquity . .
. . sorry but why would Latin tribes invade from the area of southern Germany ?

Latin tribes weren't germanic . .

And they spoke an entirely different language.

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. .and eventually genocided the Etruscans (who were already settled in Italy) on their way down the Italian peninsula
. . another theory is that the Romans were part Etruscan themselves . .

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The Etruscans didn't speak an IndoEuropean language ...they weren't related to the Latins, Germans and Celts who all came from the Danube Valley.

It's unknown where they came from, I think they might have been related to todays Basques or the people who inhabited the Med area before our ancestors moved in, or Semitic sea peoples ...?
Sorry but as far as I'm informed one of the most assumed theories about the Etruscans is that they stemmed from a north-eastern European background and that they temporarily settled in today's Italy . .

The regional-name 'Toscana' by the way points to the Etruscans.
 
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Where are 'etruscans' and which tribes migrated from the Danube region? (click on the map)

BTW the ancient Romans more physically resembled their close cousins the Gauls (Celts) than they do the population of Italy today ...look at the piles of statuary they left for us to see. Eventually the Romans gave citizenship to the polyglot of peoples they ruled over and we ended up with today's Italians ...not a bad thing, my wife was Piedmontese (N Italian), Romano (Latini, Roman) and German (Saxon) with light skin, dark hair and green eyes ...she was quite good looking.
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Where are 'etruscans' and which tribes migrated from the Danube region? (click on the map)
. . interesting map , gotta say.

An up-thumbee for it . . ( I can't rep you right now , recently did )
 
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. . what do you mean specifically by "Italy's current problems" ?
I mean their problems with the rapeugee invasion, dealing with the EUSSR, and communists and jews in their government and media trying to turn the country and the rest of Europe into a third-world non-White shithole, and all that wonderful stuff. Pretty obvious what I meant, wasn't it?
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